|Eastern Kowloon across the Easter Corridor|
In space-constrained Hong Kong, many of us do not have the luxury of hosting house parties with the same comfort and full dining settings that dining in a good-class restaurant can land you. Such is the reality of shoe-box Hong Kong, where real estate prices have been in the crazy realm for a long time, much to the chagrin of average Joe.
Enter Ta Pantry's new location in North Point. In a really old (almost dilapidated looking) industrial building in North Point, where the vicinity has seen more garage workshops than eateries, Ta Pantry has decided to convert the space into spacious dining rooms, complete with long tables, a cozy demi-luxe finish, a cocktail balcony overlooking the skyline of eastern Kowloon, flanked by a hip cellar, literally.
|Breads and condiments|
|Tuna, Tuna, Tuna|
|Foie Gras Tamago Custard|
|Yuzu Miso Cod|
|Melting Onion Duck|
|Crepe in Tata's Favorite Way|
Petit fours were 4 macarons but this was the least exciting of the entire night. Nothing like what we have been spoiled with after the advent of all these macaron patisseries opening up for business in the city.
Notwithstanding, it was a lovely night in a lovely setting. While the food isn't the best you can get for the price in this city, what you pay for is a nice experience to enjoy decent enough food with folks you either care to spend time with, impress or just want a little privacy with. I would go back just for that and of course, to try the 5 other menus. And did I mention the service would beat most other places hands down?
Check out also fellow foodie blogger @g4gary 's recent visit where his party had the Indochine menu .
5th floor, Block C, Sea View Estate
No. 8 Watson Road
+852 2521 8121